Allergies in the workplace: what HR needs to know
What to do about a nurse allergic to latex? A recent arbitration asks how far an organization has to go to manage employee allergies.
One in four actively job hunting: what can you do?
Employers need to do more to retain top talent, according to one HR organization.
HR and social technology: A perfect match?
Social software is all the rage these days. In a world where social connectivity is viewed as a key point of interaction, workplaces across North America have benefited from this software.
Accommodating ADHD in the workplace
A recent decision shows the difficulty in knowing when accommodation is necessary, and how to recognize a disability in the workplace.
Political affiliations taboo at work?
The majority of British workers are scared to reveal political beliefs - are Canadians as wary?
What tool works best for senior management recruitment?
If you’ve got top jobs to fill make sure the company career website is up to date, as new research shows it’s the best place to find the right candidate.
We’re working harder – no kidding
Employees are ‘working harder than last year,’ finds one survey, and a whopping one in five have acknowledged they are performing the work of two or more people.
Benefits programs geared more to physical health: study
A happy employee is generally a healthy employee, but there are often times when employees fall ill or are injured and require time away from the office as a result. When this happens, the majority can count on their workplace’s sick or disability leave policies to support them.
Gen Y to the haters: We don’t like you either
Generation Y make up a third of the workplace, and they are the most maligned demographic – but the generation conflict isn’t one-directional.
Relaxation programs improve productivity
Could a one-off investment in relaxation have payoffs in job satisfaction, productivity and better health for your employees?